Do Unto Others

We have all heard “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” It is the Golden Rule. Jesus said it is the summary of the Law and the Prophets. It is the foundation of what being a Christian should be. But what does it actually mean? What does it mean to apply this concept in the world? Jesus had many chances to “Do unto others,” especially to women.

Women were often the object of his kindness, advocacy, and grace. Our current worship series will reveal how Jesus applied “Do unto others” to a poor widow at the Temple, a woman caught in adultery, a foreign woman at the well, two women grieving, and the women who accompanied him.

As we move toward Easter we will see what “Do Unto Others” really looks like and also how “Do Unto Others” is not just a cliche slogan for being nice. It is actually a radical, counter-cultural choice that led him to the Cross.